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here is that in finance ministers have ruled out any further talks on a fresh bailout deal before sunday's referendum wages correspondent deep abington is based in athens diva you've been covering this for the last three years now did you ever think it was going to go this far all the greek sagas had lots of highs and lows and lots of twists and turns that %HESITATION there's always been a deal at the last minute usually very much at the last minute five minutes to midnight , and so that the sequence of events this year on the , mister going , really , the confused on the street say today really understand what they're facing four on sunday , question posed to voters as do you accept this bailout proposal from credit as a complicated technical document that talks about the eighteen hikes of expense and it talks about fiscal and structural reforms and things that are not necessarily accessible to the average creek what's been is that people who decided to vote never have basically decided for them what they're voting on is if you want more starting on the other hand the question for this side is that comic do you want to stay in the euro that's pretty much what it boils down to , there was one will publish yesterday that said %HESITATION the no vote was likely to win but you think that she really fast i mean this is not something normal circumstances where banks are shot had people worried about petrol supplies about medicines %HESITATION you know the one about the future was going to happen said this isn't a normal scenario where it's easy to predict one way or the other because there is a strong feeling on both sides and existence it could swing very quickly %HESITATION either way and so it's quite tough to say right now that you have said that any new bailout deal with have to start from scratch and they will be hoping to persuade vases to say yes on sunday